Can someone give me a list of all the virtual bots and simulators that you can use for vex robotics to test your code and your build design digitally?
By virtual building do you mean like CAD?
I use Fusion 360
Ok. Can you test your code in that too?
No i dont think so
Can you do vex on tinkercard?
Probably not? I’d recommend Fusion though
Is there a way to get it for free
Yeah you can get a free education license
Oh Ok. Thanks. What do you say when they ask your Educational Institution because it said I wasn’t allowed a free supscription on my personal device.
And any other virtual bots an y one knows of?
Y’all knock it off with the misinformation. It’s not helping anyone.
CAD software can be used to model a stationary robot from scratch. You can use a parts library (just ask me) or model each part yourself. You could use Inventor, Fusion 360, Solidworks or many others. It would be a VERY good idea to get to know Inventor, especially if you plan on taking an engineering class in high school.
Robot Virtual Worlds (likely what you were referring to) is a PAID piece of software that goes with RobotC. It is good software, but expensive and as I hear it has a pretty high learning curve. VEX has an online challenge using Virtual Worlds, but most people don’t bother due to the costs of the software. RobotC is only for Cortex, so it’s likely not what you are looking for.
Robot Mesh Studio, likely what you are looking for has a ‘mimic’ feature that will let you model a robot with
Any code that you write in VCS, VEXcode, PROS, conVEX or others that I haven’t mentioned above have no way of simulating your code without porting it over to another piece of software.